Gluten-free food brand Freee has expanded its portfolio with the introduction of two new breakfast cereals, both of which are a source of fibre.
With an RRP of £3.99 per 375g, Freee Fruit & Fibre Flakes features toasted breakfast flakes mixed with coconut, banana, sultanas and apple.
The new offering is gluten free, vegan and certified organic, and is said to be made without nuts, or any other of the top 14 allergens.
Meanwhile, Freee Supergrain Hoops (RRP: £2.99 per 300g) is made with grains such as buckwheat, oat, teff and quinoa, lightly coated in syrup and toasted. The cereal is vegan and certified organic, and is made without nuts or soya.
“Interest in healthy breakfast options has risen over the past year, as consumers have become increasingly interested in the impact food can have on overall wellbeing,” said Freee founder, Clare Marriage.
“Our new cereals offer people a convenient and tasty way to increase their fibre intake and are also gluten free, organic and vegan, so we expect the launches to entice new health and environmentally conscious consumers into the market.”
The new offerings are available from Ocado.
© FoodBev Media Ltd 2021
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